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Building Local Information Support to Ontario Newcomers (BLISON) InformOntario Symposium “High Tech – High Touch” June 20, 2014. Project Objectives. Create Learning Materials Based on Local Experience to:. Build sound information management practices. Ensure

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Building Local Information Support to Ontario Newcomers (BLISON)InformOntario Symposium “High Tech – High Touch”June 20, 2014

project objectives
Project Objectives

Create Learning Materials Based on Local Experience to:

Build sound information management practices

Ensure

better use of community information

  • Strengthen local collaboration
learning resources
Learning Resources

Knowing Your Community

Creating Meaningful & Sustainable Information Resources

Module 1

Module 2

year 3 learning objectives
Year 3 Learning Objectives

Offer tools to enable IO members to create strategies to:

Buildlasting local partnerships

Promote sound

Information management

  • Strengthen local collaboration
cross sector benefits
Cross-sector Benefits

Support diverse demographics

Knowingavailable services

Use of reliableinformation

Up-to-dateinformation

Adaptableinformationresources

Knowledge sharing

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Cross-sector Benefits

Filling Gaps

in Information & Referral

Filling Gaps in

Service Delivery

sustainable information management
Sustainable Information Management

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Experience and a proven

track record

2. Following standards of practice to ensure reliability, consistency and currency

3. Having sufficient, trained and skilled staff responsible for information management

COLLABORATION

Ongoing information exchange among partners from different sectors

2. Shared decision-making

among partners from different

sectors

3. Joint investment of staff,

skills, time and funds

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Challenges to Information Management

  • Lack of knowledge/awareness of good information management practice
    • Disconnect with the Community Information Centres
    • Lack of promotion, marketing and communication for community information
    • Lack of awareness and knowledge of sound practices
    • Piece–mill funding of information resource projects
    • Lack of adaptable and flexible information resources
    • Unsustainable individual organizations’ internal resources
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Challenges to Information Management

  • Lack of knowledge/awareness of good collaboration practice
    • Lack of adequate funding leading to competition and territorialism
    • Lack of resources to be allocated for collaboration and community engagement
    • Lack of mutual education & knowledge flow in communities
    • Lack of participation in a broader service delivery system & planning
    • Lack of community development knowledge/practice
building sound information practices
Building Sound Information Practices

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good information management practices

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Building Sound Information Practices

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good information management practices

  • Assessing information needs
  • Criteria for reliable and trustworthy information
  • Assessing organization’s information management practices
  • Creation of Meaningful Information Resources
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Building Sound Information Practices

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good collaboration practices

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Building Sound Information Practices

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good collaboration practices

  • Mapping the landscape
  • Assessing current working relationships
  • Readiness check list
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Building Sound Information Practices

Filling gaps in I&R and service delivery

SOUND INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT

SOUND PARTNERSHIPS

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good information management practices

Organization’sknowledge/awareness

of good collaboration practices

sound information management checklist
SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
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SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
sound information management checklist2
SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
  • Key players in the landscape identified/relationships assessed
sound information management checklist3
SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
  • Key players in the landscape identified/relationships assessed
  • Organization information management needs determined
sound information management checklist4
SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
  • Key players in the landscape identified/relationships assessed
  • Organization information management needs determined
  • Meaningful information resources identified
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SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
  • Key players in the landscape identified/relationships assessed
  • Organization information management needs determined
  • Meaningful information resources identified
  • Resources allocated
  • Ongoing collaborative data collection and analysis
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SOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTChecklist
  • Local information needs determined
  • Existing sources of information assessed
  • Key players in the landscape identified/relationships assessed
  • Organization information management needs determined
  • Meaningful information resources identified
  • Resources allocated
  • Ongoing collaborative data collection and analysis
cooperation standards
Cooperation Standards
  • Standard 16: Cooperative Relationships With Service Providers
  • Build an integrated service delivery system
  • Ensures broader access to community services
  • Maximizes the use of existing resources
  • Facilitates access to most appropriate providers
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Cooperation Standards
  • Standard 16: Quality Indicators
    • 1. Joint service delivery, e.g., participation in case management
    • 2. Work collaboratively to address issues that have a critical impact in the community
    • 3. Participation in community-wide data collection, analysis and reporting activities
  • Tells us WHAT not HOW?
sound partnerships
SOUND PARTNERSHIPS
  • Awareness of the project
  • Shared understanding of the need
  • Shared values and understanding of benefits
  • Shared objectives
  • Shared implementation
  • Shared accountability
  • Shared vision for the future / advocacy
partnership agreement
PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
  • Awareness of the project
  • Shared understanding of the need
  • Shared values and understanding of benefits
  • Shared objectives
  • Shared implementation
  • Shared accountability
  • Shared vision for the future / advocacy
check in
Check In

Do the process and the agreement requirement

for sustainable community information management

make sense in your work?

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Check In

Do the following proposals make sense for InformOntario?

  • InformOntarioto develop Collaboration Standards
  • InformOntarioadvocacy to ensure information management and collaboration standards across the province
what s next

What’s Next?

  • BLISON - Development and testing of the 3rd Module – Fall 2014
  • Ongoing engagement of InformOntario members in professional development and advocacy
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The success of this project is due to the co-creation efforts of project participants, supporters and contributors.

Your knowledge and input are valued.

Thank You!

For information about the

Building Local Information Support to Ontario Newcomers Project, contact:

Aleksandra Petrovic, Project Coordinator

[email protected]

519-721-1837

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